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Activity Discussion Environment Where did trees come from?

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  • Shivani

    June 18, 2021 at 8:08 am
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    Some of the seeds to grow into trees, and some in the other species. This is due to the different types of plants to produce different kinds of seeds. Chamomile seeds can only grow up to the daisies, and pine nuts that can only grow in the new pine trees.

    All of this is because of an amazing chemical substance called DNA. DNA means the genomic dna, but everyone refers to it as LIFE.

    DNA is like a set of instructions that tell you how sperm develop in the plant to grow. Every person, every plant, every animal has its own DNA, which is only slightly different from the DNA of a plant or an animal. This means that the DNA, each person, each animal, each plant has its own specific instructions.

    When a tree becomes a seed, it does not do something that is really important. The locations of some of the DNA in the semen. This analysis is almost the same as that of the DNA in the maternal and the paternal tree. This means that the seeds will grow a tree of the same type, as well as her mother and father.

    Any plant or animal’s DNA is different from that of their parents. This brings us to the third part of the answer: a very long period of time, both in plants and in animals, changing, and evolving.

    This can occur, for example, a small plant, the seeds of the earth, which has instructions for how to grow big plants. This is a larger plant and produce more seeds. Some of these seeds that have DNA that contains instructions for bigger plants. This happens a couple of times, and finally, the big trees.

    Be the first plant in the country, and they are very small. It was a very, very long time ago, around 470 million years ago. Then around 350 million years ago, a lot of tiny plants it began to develop into a tree. This was the first major centre in the world.

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